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these funds once again? >> well, i think the previous funds worked, they were successful, 9/11 and virginia tech, agent orange, bp. and i think that success sort of breeds a repeat performance in these rare situations where compensation is ready to be distributed to innocent victims. >> if you look at the numbers, i believe only $5,000 so far has been given to each of these families. how quickly are you hoping to get the money out to them? >> well, we hope in a matter of weeks. that's the key. i've learned in all of these programs going back to the 1980s with agent orange, get the money out, get it out fast. all the words in the world are no substitute for getting the compensation distributed as soon as possible to eligible victims. >> i remember during the bp oil spill you held a series of community meetings. you tried to go out and talk to the families who were waiting for money. are you planning to have any contact with these families and help them understand the process what will the process being? will this be based on need or will they all get the same amount? >> well, that has to be
. meanwhile, the rmc and the state republican party fired strategic in florida, virginia, north carolina, and colorado. why colorado? take a look at this. >> yeah, hi. >> would you vote for romney or obama? >> wait. i thought you were registering voters a minute ago. >> i am. >> who are you registering? all voters? >> well, i'm actually trying to register people for a particular party because we're out here in support of rom my, actually. >> and who is paying you for this? >> oh, the -- let me see. we're working for the county clerk's office. >> okay. you cannot come out here and register one party, lady. are you working for the county clerk's office? i got it all on tape. are you working for the county clerk's office? >> i believe so, yes. >> and you are only registering republicans? >> nope. >> you said we're only registering romney people. >> well, we're trying to, to be honest. >> and you're working for the county's office? what's your name? >> well, that seemingly confused young woman did not work for the county clerk's office. instead she worked for strategic allied consultants. th
-point lead for president obama and it's a six-point lead in virginia. so what's mitt romney saying about the polls like these? well, perception also about the campaign is in trouble, what does he have to say about that? >> you are slipping in the polls at this moment. a lot of republicans are concerned about this campaign. you bill yourself as a turnaround artist. how are you going to turn this campaign around? >> well, actually we're tied in the polls, all within the margin of errors. we bounce around week to week, day to day. there's some days we're up, some days we're done. we go forward with my message that this is a time to reinvigorate the american economy, not by expanding government and raising taxes on people but instead by making sure government encourages entrepreneurship and innovation and gets the private sector hiring again. >> mitt romney is basically rebooting his campaign next week. he'll be out on the trail more leading up to the first debate on october 3rd. >> romney is trying to put that infamous hidden tape behind him, you know the one where he said 47% of americans
in alexandria, virginia, where it's being kept now. what happened between high-end heist and flee market haggle over 60 years is virtually unknown. >> how tough is it to piece together how it might have made that journey? >> i think people feel a famous painting ought to be very clear, but life has so many twists and turns and it has friendships and deaths and divorces and all kinds of chaos moving, you know, changing of occupation, it's very hard to speculate what are the circumstances would cause the painting to change hands. >> reporter: records of artworks were not digatized and tracked then with the sophistication used now. the fbi is investigating that trail, authorities and probably lawyers will also have to determine whether the painting is rightfully the property of the woman who bautd it for $7 or the museum or the insurer who paid out the claim. right now, it's not clear who that insurer was either. what would sadie may say about this whole situation? >> sadie may was a pretty extraordinary woman. i'm sure she would be amused to find her reputation brought to the surface and so much
but stronger the last couple of years. students for concealed carry on college campuses, after virginia tech, they wanted the right to carry weapons. i know here in atlanta where the schools are active, some students are active trying to get those. they just got a victory in colorado being able to have guns there on campus. you can't take them to the football game or any ticketed events but that's something i'm sure as these candidates go to these college campuses they will hear a lot more about. >> they have to adjust those questions. what's so fascinating, as i look at the gun debate more and more. in new york, guns in certain parents parts of the city aren't a way of life. in other parts of the country people really feel the only way to protect yourself, defend yourself is to carry a firearm, carry a firearm. they'll tell you it's not a weapon unless you use it to shoot somebody. it is a firearm you're using to protect and defend yourself. it's a very different way of looking at it. the college campus issue is differently because now they're talking about separate dorms, how do you separa
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